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TLM comparison.




John,
        You may well be right at that.

How's Robert (G8ATE) chugging along?. I read he's been getting quite a bit of attention Stateside of late re: the Oscar anniversary award ... canny old bugger!.

FYI ... I'm in direct contact with the Amsat-ru 'remnants' (Alex himself) - or what's left of 'em. I'm trying to convince them to work on a project with GM1SXX (the other half of "the twisted pair") and myself. 

You'll no doubt have fond memories of the RS series of satellites.

Many an op got his feet wet on one of those. The ROBOT's being a sorely missed feature.

73 John 2.    <la2qaa@amsat.org>
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> CC: eu-amsat@yahoogroups.com; amsat-bb@amsat.org
> From: john@manchester.ac.uk
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb]  TLM comparison.
> Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 10:54:29 +0000
> To: la2qaa@amsat.org
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> On 6 Feb 2008, at 09:27, John Hackett wrote:
> >                 Could the recording of what is believed to be  
> > Prospero X-3 on the Amsat-UK website on 137.560Mhx in fact be from  
> > one of the Orbcomm satellites ?.
> 
> One thing that got me, was the signal came in clearly so low down,  
> and the antenna was pointing towards the buildings on the horizon  
> making me think that the signal was more terrestrial in origin.
> 
> John
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